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Cadalyst's Holiday Gift Guide, Part 2 (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

8 Dec, 2006 By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Whether conveying fact, fantasy or just funnies, our wish list writers had lots of wants for their CAD workstations


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In "Holiday Gift Guide: Make Your Workstation Smile" in the October 20 edition of Cadalyst Daily, we presented a rundown of some fun and amazing hardware on the market today for working in 3D. We also invited readers to send us their own workstation wishes, offering a SpacePilot 3D navigation device as incentive, courtesy of 3Dconnexion.p>

Selected in a random drawing, the lucky winner of the SpacePilot is Manuel Anthony Perez. Read on for what his workstation wants this holiday season, as well as the practical and pie-in-the-sky yearnings of other 3D CAD workstations and their operators who sent in wish lists.  Read more >>

 

ROMER vs. FARO Patent-Infringement Case Ends in Mistrial
Federal court validates patent, but jury fails to reach unanimous decision regarding infringement.  Read more >>

Vero International Software Acquires Camtek
Incorporation of PEPS software developer will add production CAM solutions to the company's offerings.  Read more >>

 

Hardware: imagePRO 42 Scanners
Paradigm Imaging Group adds line of 1,200dpi large-format devices with color, monochrome and enhanced color options.  Read more >>

General Software: ConceptShare
Web-based design collaboration solution enables creation of interactive workspaces.  Read more >>

MCAD: Geolus Search
Update to UGS's 3D geometric shape search software features expanded CAD and database integration.  Read more >>


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